segun Johnson Ozique

Freshman - 857 Points (25th, Sept.1961 / Lagos-Nigeria)

segun Johnson Ozique Poems

161. To A Woman Who Endured 4/12/2013
162. Letting Off Steam 9/3/2012
163. Inspiration 7/7/2017
164. Adiew, Dear Mate 9/2/2012

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Best Poem of segun Johnson Ozique

Adiew, Dear Mate

Ogbonna Amadi, a storm landed FSAS Sokoto the hurricane;
A pinch fleet-footed boogie lad of uncommonly indulgence;
Announcing in triumphant trumpet, his name; Dusty Rhode.
Successfully initiated at the Federal School of Arts and Science,
He moved to greater heights; to ply his trade at Vanguard stable
Breaking ground with canal showstopper; the 'ShowTime' stream
This, is the Dusty I know: So the news; he passed on to glory was;
Calamitous: Cruel. Lesson to all who bicker, grudge and grumble;
Exposing life as deceitful dishonest; sweet, juicy now, then slayer; ...

Read the full of Adiew, Dear Mate


Pages, smoothened
Eyeglasses Adjusted
Every movement precise
Every movement pure

Delicate fingers traced the lines
Plucked eyebrows rose and fell
Superbly defined nostrils quivered
Pulsating flushed lips, controlled

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